All travellers arriving in Australia must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities (for example, a hotel), in their port of arrival.


You can travel to Australia if you are:

  • an Australian citizen,

  • a permanent resident,

  • an immediate family member of an Australian citizen or

  • permanent resident or are a New Zealand citizen usually resident in Australia.


If you are an immediate family member holding a temporary visa you will need to provide us with evidence of your relationship. Additionally, Australians must avoid all non-essential domestic travel.


There are strict border controls in place for all arrivals to the Northern Territory, including returning Territorians.

Travelling from interstate:

If you are planning to travel to the Northern Territory from interstate after 17 July 2020, everyone must complete a Northern Territory Border Entry Form.


If you’re found to have provided misleading information on your arrival form you could face a fine of $5,056 for an individual, $25,280 for a business and a possible prison term of up to three years.

Anyone arriving into the Northern Territory from or through a declared hotspot in the last 14 days must undertake 14 days mandatory supervised quarantine.

This will be at your own cost. The cost per person for supervised quarantine is $2,500.

Mandatory supervised quarantine will be at the Howard Springs quarantine facility in Darwin or another approved facility elsewhere in the Northern Territory.

For more information on travel into and around the Northern Territory, please click here


For the latest information on our flying program click here.